What’s New in LeadDyno: January Updates

What's New in LeadDyno

Welcome to the January edition of What’s New in LeadDyno. We’re starting the new year with some exciting new updates and continued improvement on reporting! Keep an eye out for our upcoming releases throughout the year, because there’s plenty more coming your way.

Visitors Reporting Screen

Towards the end of 2022, we brought you brand new Purchases, Customers, and Leads reporting screens, and now we’d like to introduce the new and improved Visitors reporting screen.

Visitors Screen

Now we’re better helping you track which of your website visitors are driven by your affiliates – giving you a better insight into how your affiliate program is performing. From there, you can compare your other visitor sources to really understand what is driving your business.

Some things worth noting:

Where Are Visitors Coming From?

Starting with the “Affiliate Only” toggle on, you’ll now be able to see the total number of affiliate driven visitors, as well as the percentage of your total visitor traffic that affiliate driven visitors represent. When the “Affiliates Only” is toggled off, you’ll have a very clear breakdown around which visitors came directly to your site (i.e. organic search), other (i.e campaigns), or from one of your affiliates.

But How Does It Compare?
Visitors Graph

The new Visitors reporting graph in LeadDyno is the perfect tool for quickly and easily comparing affiliate-driven visitors to overall visitors. You can easily track the total number of visitors brought by affiliates at any given point in time by following the lines on the graph.

Additionally, similar to the Purchases, Customers, and Leads screens, you can set a custom date range and have it apply throughout the entire screen, including exporting. 

It’s worth noting that for Starter, Plus, and Pro customers, data is available for up to 18 months. Premium customers can access previous year’s data using the Export CSV feature.

Let’s Get Into The Details
Visitors Table

The Visitors reporting table in LeadDyno provides a comprehensive overview of your visitors by breaking down the data into five essential columns:

  1. Location – displays the physical location of the visitor.
  2. Source Type – indicates whether the visitor was referred by an affiliate, came directly to the site, or from another source.
  3. Source Detail – shows the specific affiliate, website, or campaign that referred the visitor.
  4. First Seen Date – the date the visitor first visited your site.
  5. Last Seen Date – the date of the visitor’s most recent visit.
This information is incredibly valuable for understanding your audience and optimizing your marketing efforts. We hope you find it useful!
Export to CSV

Now you can export all the visitor details you need based on the date range you’ve set for the screen (which can be updated in the export settings too). P.S. For Premium customers, the export includes the ability to export annual data for anything older than 18 months. 

You know we’ve been busy, and we have plenty more updates coming your way in February. As always, if you have feature requests or feedback on our current features, please send us an email to [email protected]. We’d really love to hear from you.


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